In this episode of the Artists at Play Podcast, producer Marie-Reine Velez discusses the legacy of Filipino novelist Carlos Bulosan and ALLOS, a play about his life and work, with Noel Alumit, Lucy Burns, Ginger Leopoldo and Giovanni Ortega.
In this episode of the Artists at Play Podcast we discuss the importance of Filipino novelist Carlos Bulosan and ALLOS, a play about his life and work.
Joining us for this lively conversation, facilitated by AAP's Marie-Reine Velez, are Noel Alumit (actor, author, pastor), Lucy M. Burns (Associate Professor at UCLA's Asian American Studies Department), Ginger Leopoldo (Artistic Director, Circa Pintig) and Giovanni Ortega (writer of ALLOS).
With topics spanning the farm labor movement and the role of art and activism in Carlos Bulosan's work and the Filipinx American artist community, our amazing panel turned the gathering into a virtual party.
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Edited by Nicholas Pilapil
Podcast theme by Eloise Wong
Produced by Marie-Reine Velez